Headquartered in Boston
Clearpeak is passionate about building websites that are engaging and dynamic with a minimum of distractions. Our driving mantra is simplicity. Our designs are intuitive and easy to navigate and our developers use the latest responsive coding techniques to ensure that your site is optimized for desktop, tablet and phone.
In addition, Clearpeak is a leading provider of ExpressionEngine (EE) content management solutions to companies, non-profits and educational institutions around the globe. Our firm was one of the first group of EE experts invited to join the Pro Network, in 2006.
On every project we strive for the highest quality work combined with exceptional customer service.
Our expertise includes:
1. Website Design/Redesign
2. Content Management Systems (CMS)
3. Website Maintenance
5. Web Hosting
6. Custom Application Development
8. Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
Boston Children's Chorus
Emory + Children's + GT Pediatric Research Alliance
Northeast ALS Consortium
"Working with Jim and his team from Clearpeak Interactive, Inc. on the design and implementation of the Westwood Public Library's website has been a thoroughly enjoyable experience. Jim's technical expertise and understanding of public libraries were invaluable as we navigated new territory with the redesign of the library's website. Jim and his team are collaborative, responsive and knowledgeable, and their guidance and support enabled us to successfully launch our new Westwood Public Library website."
Our sincere thanks to Jim and his team!
Tricia Perry and Staff
Westwood Public Library
"The Clearpeak team worked with us to design a site that is visually appealing, user-friendly and includes all of the functionality we required. The site looks great and functions perfectly in both desktop and mobile environments. Content is easy for our non-technical staff to create and update, and easy for our users to navigate. It was a pleasure to work with a team that was efficient and responsive throughout the entire design and launch process. "
--Susan Paju, Head of Reference, Acton Public Library